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Joan's grandmother understands what she is going through
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The Cultural Revolution changes Soon-Soon's life forever
By Jane Westrick, Illustrated by the author
Jane comes face-to-face with a cougar—is there any way out?
By Meg Simpson, Illustrated by Emma Edelman
Amy's best friend tries to pressure her into shoplifting
By Francie Neukorn, Illustrated by Alycia Kiley
An elaborate game of make-believe is destroyed by one cruel act
By Jon Breed, Illustrated by William Drewes
Jon gets a first-hand look at war and doesn't like what he sees
By Annie Strother, Illustrated by Camille Hebert
Life would be boring if you always got everything you wanted
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